Achieving complete Sexual Fulfillment

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THE MALE SEX ORGANS

:THE FEMALE SEX ORGANS

:INTERCOURSE

:FOREPLAY

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POSITIONS FOR COITUS

:COITAL MOVEMENTS

:PROLONGING THE SEXUAL ACT

:TYPES OF ORGASM

:THE WOMAN'S ROLE IN INTERCOURSE

:ORAL AND ANAL SEXUALITY

Achieving complete Sexual Fulfillment

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Achieving complete Sexual Fulfillment

The Woman's Role in Intercourse

Why A Woman "Gives"

A woman gives herself without asking anything in return. She knows that the act of giving bears its own reward in the pleasure it gives the donor. If the recipient feels pleasure too, so much the better. But that is not the object. The object is the pleasure of giving. A woman asks as little of her man as she asks of her children. She devotes her entire life to a child, then sends it into the world -into the arms of another woman; or, in the case of a daughter, into the arms of another man.

I see sexual intercourse for women as a process of giving without asking, of giving without expecting anything in return. These are not idle speculations. They are the sole basis of marital happiness for women.

I say that a woman must give and give and give again- not because man is her master; nor because she believes that he has any God-given right to receive; nor because she places any value in the "rights" and privileges which our society gives him. Women must give and give and give again because it is their one and only way to obtain happiness for themselves; because the alternative- the daily making up of accounts (I give you a good screwing and you give me a diamond ring)- is tantamount to prostitutions. Nothing makes a woman unhappier than any attempt to estimate what her man should do for her and what she "owes" him in exchange roles. The moment she begins to think in these sexual terms , she might as well consider the marriage as finished.

A Woman's Strength

A woman's strength lies in her ability to give without taking. She gives men rest and strength and tranquility because she give them an antidote to the dog-eats- dog world in which they earn their living. For once, when they come home, they can stop thinking in terms of what's-in-it-for-me. And-miracle of miracles-she will find how even the most selfish man is magically cleansed of his selfishness if he lives with a woman who is wholly unselfish. Far from taking advantage of her, he will become transformed into a human being who can also give without asking for anything in return.

This is far harder for a man to do than for a woman, because it simply is not in man's nature. If he is to survive, he must accept the rules of combat in a competitive society. But he is a human being too, and if he has a wife's love affair who asks nothing of him, he will become far more decent, far kinder, and far less selfish than if she considers herself in daily competition with him.

Woman is man's intermediary between himself and nature. He considers her as part of nature, though he will never say so, but that is what he feels. Her periods echo the rhythm of nature. Her ability to give methods birth control makes her part of nature. She is the mother. She is the earth. She senses where he can only think or act. Woman is, man does. That is the strength and weakness of both sexes. Do not ruin your marriages by trying to compete with your man on his own masculine terms. You can only lose. And by that I do not mean that you may lose an argument: I mean that you may lose your dignity, your stature, your strength as a woman.

Every day of her married life, every day of any affair that she may be having before during, or after marriage will bring her the same temptation : to talk back at him, to cut him down to size, to laugh at him, to show him who's boss. If she gives in to such temptations, she will be the major loser.

The moments she starts to argue with him, to fight with him, to balance accounts, she becomes weak, not strong. The rules of the struggle, the rules of the argument, are male. To argue is a male activity. To flight is a male activity. I say to women: Don't become a man in skirts. Don't fight. Don't argue. It is enough that you are that you are there quiet unshakable always ready to give. That is your strength.

Experience Equals Action